Theatre Arts

F.J. Hartland, Acting 1, Fall 2016

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Required Texts:

Frakes, Jake. Acting for Life. First Edition. Merriweather Publishing: Colorado Springs CO. 2005.

Syllabus: 
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F.J. Hartland, Acting 1, Fall 2017

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Textbook:

Frakes, Jake. Acting for Life. First Edition. Merriweather Publishing: Colorado Springs CO. 2005.

Syllabus: 
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F.J. Hartland, Acting 1, Spring 2017

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Textbook:

Frakes, Jake. Acting for Life. First Edition. Merriweather Publishing: Colorado Springs CO. 2005.

Syllabus: 
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F.J. Hartland, Oral Interpretation, Fall 2016

Course Description:

An investigation of the process of rendering literature aloud, with attention to problems of impersonation, consideration of style, and application of specific vocal techniques.

Required Texts:

Oral Interpretation (Twelfth edition) by Timothy Gura and Charlotte I. Lee, published by Routledge Taylor and Francis Group

Syllabus: 

F.J. Hartland, Oral Interpretation, Fall 2017

Course Description:

An investigation of the process of rendering literature aloud, with attention to problems of impersonation, consideration of style, and application of specific vocal techniques.

Textbooks

Oral Interpretation (Twelfth edition) by Timothy Gura and Charlotte I. Lee, published by Routledge Taylor and Francis Group

Syllabus: 

F.J. Hartland, Oral Interpretation, Spring 2017

Course Description:

An investigation of the process of rendering literature aloud, with attention to problems of impersonation, consideration of style, and application of specific vocal techniques.

Textbooks

Oral Interpretation (Twelfth edition) by Timothy Gura and Charlotte I. Lee, published by Routledge Taylor and Francis Group

Syllabus: 

H. Scott Baron, Acting 1, Fall 2015

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Required Texts:

Internet w/email access
No texts required
Any texts, scripts or reference material may be provided as needed during class or available online

Syllabus: 
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H. Scott Baron, Acting 1, Spring 2016

Course Description:

This course will entail a study of beginning skills such as movement for the stage, relaxation, and beginning acting tasks (observations, emotional recall, use of space, concentration). Beginning scene work will be included.

Required Texts:

Internet w/email access
No texts required
Any texts, scripts or reference material may be provided as needed during class or available online

Syllabus: 

H. Scott Baron, Oral Interpretation of Literature, Fall 2015

Course Description:

An investigation of the process of rendering literature aloud, with attention to problems of impersonation, consideration of style, and application of specific vocal techniques.

Required Texts:

* Todd V. Lewis. Communicating Literature: An Introduction to Oral Interpretation. Kendall/Hunt Publishing. Fifth Edition. ISBN 978-0-7575-9809-8
* Black 3-ring mini-binder with 5” x 7” non-glare sheet protectors. Oral Interpreters utilize the black binder to hold scripts during presentations. The binder should be in addition to another holder used to contain numerous handouts.
* Supplemental texts, scripts, prose or poetry selections may be provided by instructor or student as needed.
* Internet w/email access.

Syllabus: 

H. Scott Baron, Oral Interpretation of Literature, Spring 2016

Course Description:

An investigation of the process of rendering literature aloud, with attention to problems of impersonation, consideration of style, and application of specific vocal techniques.

Required Texts:

* Todd V. Lewis. Communicating Literature: An Introduction to Oral Interpretation. Kendall/Hunt Publishing. Fifth Edition. ISBN 978-0-7575-9809-8
* Black 3-ring mini-binder with 5” x 7” non-glare sheet protectors. Oral Interpreters utilize the black binder to hold scripts during presentations. The binder should be in addition to another holder used to contain numerous handouts.
* Supplemental texts, scripts, prose or poetry selections may be provided by instructor or student as needed.
* Internet w/email access.

Syllabus: 

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